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Old 10-16-2012, 07:41 PM   #1
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Hey! Would anyone happen to know if there's anyplace other than Hobby King to purchase the male/male servo adapters I need for my Orange 3 Axis Stabilizer? H.K. DID have them as an accessory for it, but I can't seem to find them anywhere on their site now??

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Hey! Would anyone happen to know if there's anyplace other than Hobby King to purchase the male/male servo adapters I need for my Orange 3 Axis Stabilizer? H.K. DID have them as an accessory for it, but I can't seem to find them anywhere on their site now??

Try here: http://www.servocity.com

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Old 10-16-2012, 07:54 PM   #3
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Got 'em, Thanks!

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Old 10-17-2012, 02:58 AM   #4
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My main supply of servo style plugs / sockets is to buy bags of extension leads of ebay ... they are so cheap to buy a bag of 100 leads ... and then you have what you need ... leads, male, female ... can make up own Y leads ... extend leads etc. etc.
Much better than fiddling about with pins and bare connectors.

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I just found them in the HK multi-rotors and parts, electronics area

They are all back ordered

I have a servo crimper and all of the correct parts, but it is a lot of fooling around when the sell them 10 for $4

I bought 4 bags, I have 4, of the Eagle A3 pro stabilizers

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I just found them in the HK multi-rotors and parts, electronics area

They are all back ordered

I have a servo crimper and all of the correct parts, but it is a lot of fooling around when the sell them 10 for $4

I bought 4 bags, I have 4, of the Eagle A3 pro stabilizers

do you like the stabilizers? looking seriously into getting one. was looking at the KK 2.o , eagle pro, orange rx
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I'm still waiting on the Hobby King i stabilizer that handles delta / V tails to get in stock !! The Orange is OK but doesn't handle V tails or Deltas ...

The alternatives are too expensive.

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do you like the stabilizers? looking seriously into getting one. was looking at the KK 2.o , eagle pro, orange rx
I'll let you know how it goes with this one, ordered some patch cords off flea bay, they should be here by the weekend (they're only in Illinois), pop it in the 750, see how it works in that, and it'll go in the big P47 after that...

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that's where I got mine and they shipped fast
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I got mine from here http://www.pololu.com/catalog/product/779 Very fast shipping, I had them in three days and they didn't rip me off on shipping.

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do you like the stabilizers? looking seriously into getting one. was looking at the KK 2.o , eagle pro, orange rx
I've had very little time to test the stabilizers, but one short flight in the wind and close to trees, showed it really was working.

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Old 10-19-2012, 05:00 PM   #12
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OK, grabbed a lot of 10 off ebay for a buck apiece, and free shippin'! Can't complain about that! I'm thinkin' they should be here today for a flight test in the Mornin'!

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